It is one thing to turn a forgotten old home into a cheerful and comfortable setting suited to the needs of a modern family. But the task becomes much more challenging when you need to convert a mid-century bungalow into a trio of modest dwellings along with a cool solarium at the heart of it all.
An open rear deck wall of natural greenery around the home and a stone pathway leading towards the ocean complete this fascinating Danish home with a modern-Nordic design. A summer vacation home on a small island is indeed a dream come true for all of us. But not everyone can afford to own a small island no larger than 5.5 hectares on the Baltic Sea!
This beautiful vacation rental home is both classic and modern in its demeanor as its wooden exterior gives way to a contemporary interior. The design is essentially a blend of the traditional holiday cabin and the modern urban home; bringing together the best of the two contrasting structures.
A stone wall built using stones from the region welcomes you here even as the large floating façade of charms with its wooden exterior. Designed by Rmk! Arquitetura use of natural materials a cheerful indoor-outdoor interplay and unabated river views shape this beautiful residence.
It is horizontal wooden strips slate zinc and glass that shape the exterior of Villa P. Look inside and you will find concrete playing a major role as it fashions a minimal modern backdrop that allows the décor to standout visually.